Under Connecticut General Statutes §21-80a, if a resident proves that he or she engaged in one or more of the protected activities enumerated in C.G.S. §21-80a(a) within the six months preceding the park owner's eviction preceding, the owner may not maintain a summary process action against that resident unless the owner can show that one of the exceptions specified in C.G.S. §21-80a(b) applies.
Fairchild Heights, Inc. v. Dickal
Connecticut Supreme Court
June 26, 2012
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